Crown Isle ladies open new golf season

Game was best nine holes gross and net (deduct your handicap)

The Crown Isle Ladies Club started the golf season April 2 with many ladies who have played through the winter. Brave souls!

The game was best nine holes gross and net (deduct half your handicap) and the winners were:

1st 9 holes gross –  Katy Macaulay, Rosemarie Smith, and Maggie McLean tied with 41; 2nd 9 holes – Judy Pouliot 43; 1st 9 holes net – Audrey Clark 32; 2nd 9 holes net – Helen Flynn 34.5. KPs – #7 Maggie McLean, #16 Katy Macaulay. Birdies – #4 Judy Pouliot, #8 Rosemarie Smith.

Kudos to Jenny Steele for getting our Crown Isle Ladies website in action. This golf report comes to you from poolside in Palm Springs in 30C weather. Isn’t technology amazing?

– Crown Isle Ladies Club


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